Schedule and Class Descriptions
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FUNDAMENTALS 1 (Back squat, front squat, overhead squat) will be held: 5/5, 5/11, 5/17, 5/21, 5/27, 6/2
FUNDAMENTALS 2 (Deadlift, kettlebell swing, pull up) will be held: 5/6, 5/12, 5/18, 5/24, 5/28, 6/3
FUNDAMENTALS 3 (Power clean, front squat, shoulder press) will be held: 5/7, 5/13, 5/19, 5/25, 5/31, 6/4
FUNDAMENTALS 4 (Overhead squat, snatch) will be held: 5/4, 5/10, 5/14, 5/20, 5/26, 6/1, 6/7
We require each new member to complete 4 Fundamentals classes before participating in a regular class. In these introducotry sessions, you will learn how to execute movements properly and progress yourself safely. Our goal is that you leave fundamentals knowing basic safety cues, so do not worry if you don't feel like a professional after only 4 classes. All of our regular classes are fully instructed. You must attend each fundamentals workout once (or more if you feel you'd like additional instruction) and they do not have to be taken consecutively. The dates for fundamentals workouts are listed above.
CrossFit All Levels
Once you've completed our 4 fundamentals classes (or you're already an experienced CrossFitter), you're welcome in our all levels classes! Workouts are different everyday and are planned with the goal of improving all 10 physical fitness skills: endurance, stamina, strength, flexibilty, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance, and accuracy.
HIITX does not require that you finish fundamentals before attending. HIITX classes are cardio-intensive, bootcamp style workouts. They're generally longer, higher repetition, and involve lighter weight thanour all levels CrossFit classes. Workouts are designed to improve your aerobic capacity and stamina. Perfect for people who want a heart pumping, sweaty workout, and for those training for endurance events like triathlons, mud runs, swimming, biking, rowing, or running races.
Barbell club is for members who've completed fundamentals and have at least a month of general CrossFit experience. Barbell Club will train olympic weightlifting technique, with the goal of improving efficiency and strength. Perfect for athletes who are looking to compete in CrossFit or Weightlifting events, or simply for those with an interest in olympic weightlifting and strength training.
This workout is intended for advanced CrossFit athletes and those looking for an opportunity to workout with gym's most competitive members.
This class will aim to improve your mobility, general range of motion, and help your body recover from workouts. Perfect for those people who
experience difficulty with movements like overhead squats, front squats, hand stands, and snatches. Yoga does not count towards class attendence for monthly members.
The gym will be open during this time to use however you like. You can complete a workout you missed during the week or work on skills that need practice. A coach will be available to help with anything you'd like.
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